Some Mark’s latest media appearances.
Please have a listen to this two-part podcast on bisexuality, sexual fluidity and relationship fluidity.
A big Thank You! to Ryan and Veronica from Modern Sex Talks.
Please have a look at the press release for Mark’s upcoming performance of “Bi, Hung, Fit… and Married” at the BECAUSE Conference, 7 June, 2014.
Mark has also been invited present at the conference, and will be giving a talk: “The Connection Between Biphobia and Monogamy”
See you there!
The interview’s entitled: “Q&A: How this couple saved their marriage by embracing non-monogamy and having sex with others”.
6 February, 2014 – The Georgia Straight Interview
The Georgia Straight is Vancouver’s premier Arts and Entertainment weekly newspaper. Craig Takeuchi interviewed Mark about his book, bisexuality, non-monogamy, and his twenty-year marriage with his partner Lianna Walden.
The interview is entitlted “Bisexuality and open relationships: transcending myths of monogamy and monosexuality”. It’s a great read.
January, 2014 – OutLookTV Interview
Michael Frolick inteviewed Mark for OutLookTV, an LGBT TV show which airs on Out TV and on community cable. They talked about bisexuality, monogamy, “Confessions of a Bisexual Husband”, and Mark’s one-man show. Mark’s 3 minute clip can be seen on YouTube. For the complete episode, please go to OutLook TV here, with Mark’s interview coming at the 22 minute mark.
February, 2014 – Mark’s been named Qmunity Volunteer of the Month!
I am proud and very honoured to receive this accolade. I began volunteering at Qmunity nearly two years ago, faciliating BiFocus, Qmunity’s bisexual social/support group. It’s been a privilege to have met the many people who’ve come through the group. I’ve learned so much about myself, bisexuality and human sexuality in these two years. I’d like to thank everyone who has found the courage and taken the time to share their experiences and stories with us over the years. I’m looking forward to many more.
February, 2013 – Museum of Vancouver: Sex Talk in the City
Lianna and I were part of this 6 month exhibit about sex and sexuality – past and present – in Vancouver. We had an mini-installation in one of the museum’s infamous “drawers”. An entire wall had been set up with drawers along the wall, much like you’d find in a bedroom to store clothing. There was something sneaky and reminiscent of going through your parents’ drawers as a kid, and finding sexual items.
27 July, 2013 – “Bi, Hung, Fit… and Married” is The Globe and Mail’s Theatrical Pick of the Week! The performance was part of Vancouver’s Queer Arts Festival.
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